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Data Analysis  Statistics!Help meee! I need to hypothetically show my findings to the 'board of directors' in one week's time. But what findings? I think i need to find the correlation between things, but what? I dont know what is relevant and what is not. Im really stuck if anyone can help!
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Re: Data Analysis  Statistics!EMPLOYEE DAYS PAY HOLIDAY AGE #3 20060510 22:32:21
Re: Data Analysis  Statistics!I think some of the data from the table is missing, or I'm not reading it right. Last edited by Zmurf (20060510 22:33:01) "When subtracted from 180, the sum of the squareroot of the two equal angles of an isocoles triangle squared will give the squareroot of the remaining angle squared." #4 20060510 22:36:20
Re: Data Analysis  Statistics!The first thing I notice is the link between pay scale and days absent. There pay scale is inversly porportional to the days they are absent. Employee I just needs the sack by the looks of things. "When subtracted from 180, the sum of the squareroot of the two equal angles of an isocoles triangle squared will give the squareroot of the remaining angle squared." #6 20060512 12:47:11
Re: Data Analysis  Statistics!(H0) If the (original )coefficient of holidays is 0, while its sample standard deviation is 0.0975, then according t distribution for degree of freedom being 10 (Samples Size)2 (Coefficient Amount)=8, 1.425/0.0975 should be at the very tail of the bell curve. Thus the probability for a sample observation of a 0 coefficient, 1.425/0.0975, to occur is very low. Usually they integrate PDF before 1.425/0.0975 and double it for symmetricity of t distribution to demonstrate how low the "altogether" probability is and say it's an almost imposible event. X'(yXβ)=0 